Be careful, online shoppers. The number of fake retail websites designed to phish for customer information is on the rise, according to a joint report published Wednesday by e-commerce fraud prevention company Riskified and cyber intelligence company IntSights.  Analyzing data from the third quarter of last year to this year, Riskified and IntSights found a […]

How to pick the graphics card that’s right for you!

It’s always the best and worst time to buy a graphics card Nvidia’s new lineup of powerful gaming GPUs, the GeForce RTX 20-series, is now available. At their best (and most expensive), you’ll be able to game in 4K beyond 60 frames per second, and for the games that support it, ray tracing allows for more […]

Microsoft Has Pulled the Windows 10 October 2018 Update

The users recently discovered a critical bug in Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809) that causes an unexpected removal of files such as documents and pictures during the upgrade process. There’s a growing number of users reporting the same problem and Microsoft has finally paused the rollout of Windows 10 October 2018 Update. Today, Microsoft announced in […]

Microsoft releasing Office 2019 for Windows and Mac this week!

Microsoft is releasing Office 2019 for Windows and Mac today. The update is designed for businesses and consumers that haven’t opted into Microsoft’s Office 365 service with monthly feature updates. Office 2019 is essentially a subset of features that have been added to Office 365 over the past three years, and it includes updates to […]

Google is giving Wear OS the refinements it so badly needs!

Google just redesigned its smartwatch operating system, Wear OS — here’s everything that’s new The latest version of Google’s smartwatch operating system has arrived. On Wednesday, Google introduced a redesigned Wear OS. While it’s not a total overhaul, Google added a few new features and eliminated some of the minor gripes with previous versions of […]

FEATURES HARDWARE Pairing CPUs and GPUs: PC Upgrades and Bottle-necking

How bad is bottlenecking these days? Well, that all depends on how bad you are at pairing hardware. Any experienced system builder will tell you it’s important to build a balanced system, especially if you want the best bang for your buck. With this piece we’ll be taking a look at the state of bottlenecking today, […]

The Google Drive app for PC and Mac is being shut down in March

The aging Google Drive app for desktop is officially deprecated as of today, Google announced in a blog post. Support will be cut off on December 11th and the app will shut down completely on March 12th, 2018. Users who are still running the Drive app will start seeing notifications in October that it’s “going away,” […]

Microsoft reveals new Windows 10 Workstations edition for power users

Microsoft is officially unveiling Windows 10 Pro for Workstations today. While the operating system was originally rumored back in June, Microsoft is providing the full details on the special edition today. As expected, Windows 10 Pro for Workstations is primarily designed for server grade PC hardware and true power users. Windows 10 Pro for Workstations scales up for machines […]